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12 Jun, 2023
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This move will allow PC Game Pass users to access their games on a wider range of devices.

Microsoft has announced a major expansion for Xbox's PC Game Pass, revealing a partnership with Nvidia that will bring the popular gaming subscription service to Nvidia's GeForce Now platform.

While Xbox Game Pass has its own cloud gaming technology, called xCloud, its availability has been limited to a select number of devices. With the integration of PC Game Pass into GeForce Now, Microsoft aims to reach a broader audience by offering streaming capabilities on various devices, including low-spec PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, mobile devices, and even TVs.

The collaboration with Nvidia will allow PC Game Pass users to stream games they have purchased through platforms like Steam, the Epic Games Store, and Ubisoft Connect.

However, it's important to note that not all titles from the PC Game Pass library will be available on GeForce Now; only "select" games will be included.